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Officers SS Tunic?

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    This pic is the side of a Heer cap, same detail as the panzer.
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    This will be the back of the Austrian Heer, same details
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    This is the string that to my understanding is the way field caps were strung together in bundles.
    I have seen it once before in a German M-43 cap. I was told this by someone I trust to know a few such details.
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    I have taken the shots at my woodworking shop in the cleanest corner I could find. There are many more in boxes. I could not find the Gebrigsjeager yet. It is you would expect with the "T" insignia and the edelweiss with a dark green backing behind it.

    I expect to come across it as I dig through my boxes at the shop.

    Thanks to all who do make this forum far different than most.
    I have not run into the loudmouth bully who knows everything and has the last intimidating words on all subjects, thank god.

    I have found generous people here who know so much and share so much and overall have a decorum that suits me just fine.

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    Quote by julian View Post
    Thank You for that information. The thing is, I know that the buttons have been replaced, so my problem is, until someone can prove for definite that it isn't an SS raincoat/tunic, the dury is still out.
    Especially now that I've been told that the company who made this were making SS clothing to.

    What I really need is a picture of one to compare.
    The buttons look to be from the 70's or 80's era,
    but you already know they have been replaced.

    Is it possible to return it to the shop for a refund ?
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I think that's a great idea.
    Last edited by jws54; 06-29-2010 at 07:48 AM.

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    To everyone who replied to this thread, Thank You! Your advice has been taken and the 'Raincoat' returned for a refund.

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